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17 RV Parks near West Brattleboro, Vermont
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of West Brattleboro. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West Brattleboro in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $55.00
We were pleasantly surprised by what this campground had to offer. The sites were clean and spacious, mostly level. Pool was large and newer with plenty of patio furniture and cabanas, and deep enough for diving and jumping. Mini golf was available, a little dated but still challenging. On site ice cream snack bar, and onsite food truck with corn hole and other games in a shady spot. Lots of other things to do, such as shuffleboard, horseshoes, badminton. There has been a lot of recent improvements, new gravel, grass, signage etc. They also have a large ampitheater, which was an old gravel pit, used for concerts and such. We happened to be there during Cajun Fest, and had such a good time listening to 3 bands, trying crayfish, dancing, and eating from food trucks and having craft beer. It was a well produced event, many locals in attendance. Had a little road noise, and a nearby trucking company was working early Saturday morning which woke us, but otherwise a really nice campground. - Mavenheath
Aug 2018 - $26.00
This park provided amazing value for the money (especially with the PA discount). The sites were spacious. They had a large pool and playground. We took advantage of their extensive book and DVD exchange. Their ice cream and beer are a bit expensive, but the quality and selection are great. The park has many mature trees, but we didn't have any mosquitoes at our site. The utilities worked well. The showers and bathroom stalls were clean and above average in size. The only minor issue we had was some puddling around our truck and trailer during a heavy downpour, but it had mostly drained away by the next morning. We would definitely return to this park. - John A Guderian
Jul 2018 - $31.00
Easy in/out and registration at the park. Large pull-through sites, some shaded, some not. We camped here for a month and enjoyed exploring the local area and nearby NH sites of interest. The campground is well kept, staff friendly and helpful. This is an old campground recently purchased by a young couple. They are working hard to upgrade the facilities and began by adding sewer connections and upgrading electric to accommodate big rigs. They plan to continue the electric upgrade. The pool area is newly upgraded and is very nice. Even with pool memberships available to the locals, the pool was never overcrowded. Owners are releveling some sites as well. Bathhouse recently renovated. Recommend the park. - Pankie
Sep 2018 - $55.00
We will consider alternatives before staying here again. We stayed overnight based on the reviews on this site. All of these campers giving great reviews must not watch TV. The analog cable is awful and unpleasant to watch. The trees keep you from getting satillite, and we couldn't get any over the air channels. The campground is easy to find. The staff is pleasant. The campground is easy for a big rig to navigate. The site was long enough so that we could keep our toad attached. The utilities were at the rear of our site which is difficult. The water connection was with the other utilities, but had to be turned on on the other side of your RV. Odd. The Tengo wifi is just not worth the effort so we used our hotspot. As with most KOAs it is ovepriced. - FSUWizard
Sep 2018 - $45.00
We had a pull through. It was level and had a grassy area on the curb side with a big shade tree and picnic table. Staff was friendly and helpful. Park was clean and everything worked as it should. The sites are rather close, but I expect that at a KOA. The location is great for touring southern Vermont and New Hampshire. - K5R
Jun 2018 - $42.00
Nice sites. Nice owners. Dogs enjoyed the dog park. Clean park with garbage cans around. Cute goat mascots. We like it here. - User1308
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Stopped overnight. Sort of off the beaten path but this park seems mostly catering to seasonal campers. This was our last night on a week long swing thru VT, NH ME and this campground was the most expensive and the least attractive we encountered. Our site was a pull thru that was pretty crowned end to end so it was difficult to level unless we unhooked, the site was like sand and deep from the dry conditions. Had it been rainy it would have been a mud hole. Roads are easy to navigate and people standoffish. For an overnight stay, OK. For a longer period, not so much. - gcd28
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Electricity was good, water pressure was good and wifi was good. The park has many amenities some are good and some are in bad or non-maintained shape. The general condition of the park in terrible, no gravel on roads or sites. Many long term sites and some are maintained and some are a complete mess. We were assigned a back-in first that was real tight and then moved to a pull thru. After moving, a heavy rain storm came in and the first site had 3 inches of water on it. - hsvjim
Jul 2017 - $38.00
It didn't start well - we arrived at 4:00PM and our assigned site was still occupied. After we set up in a new site we asked about cable tv. It's satellite tv and it's a $50 cash deposit for the box, but the lady in the office waived it since I rarely carry cash anymore. The site was OK, not a pull-through since there was a big electrical box at the back end. Laundry was one washer and one dryer in an outside shed, we went to the town of Hinsdale instead. There is also a pool that we didn't use. This is mostly a seasonals campground with a few unshaded transient sites, and the seasonals act like they own it. During the week it was OK, but on Friday the weekend seasonals arrived with their ATV's and partying well after midnight. We actually turned our AC fan on just for some drowning background noise. Saturday was a repeat of Friday, maybe not as noisy but it ran just as late. We left at 9:00AM Sunday, but when I tried to drop off the satellite box there was no one in the office. A call to the "24 hour" number went to voicemail, so I just left the box inside the screen door. As a side, as we were packing up one of the full-time seasonals actually apologized for the noise and stated he was getting a bit tired of the weekenders also. - mbopp
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is mainly a seasonal site campground with a few transient sites available. We were the only transients in the campground during our stay. Office staff was very friendly. Not much in the way of Verizon cell or hot spot available. The bathrooms are clean but dated. The worst part for the bathhouse was either the long walk around to the bathhouse (up hill but not as steep) or the steep short cut up the hill (by the dump station). People we met were friendly. Laundry was expensive but the machines worked well. Campsite was on grass with a picnic table and fire pit. One must travel about one mile on a good gravel road and then climb a steep (but short) hill up to the campground. We probably would not stay here again. - roadking
Aug 2016 - $39.00
The campground is very quiet; the sites are large. Most of the park is made up of seasonals. The owner could not have been any nicer. We would definitely stay here again! - Texas Safari
Jul 2017 - $20.00
This little gem is our favorite campground and go to place. It is very well maintained. Private sites (as much privacy as one can expect!). Very clean bathrooms and showers. Quiet. Wood and ice available on site. Our favorite site is #13 located next to camp hosts - though we may try 2, 4, or 5 next time. The sites in the upper loop are generally comparable. The sites in the field (lower) pick up a lot of road noise. Very open, no privacy. Bath/shower house is older in that section so worth the walk to the other for showers. We have camped at Molly Stark for years in everything from tent to VW Westafalia back to tent and now Roadtrek (22'). The parks never disappoints. - CDG
Sep 2016 - $20.00
We stayed at this park a few months earlier, and enjoyed it so much that we headed back up with a couple of friends for Labor Day Weekend. They stayed on site #21 and set up two tents. We booked the adjacent site #23 for our travel trailer. Both sites were level and had full sun throughout the day which was a welcome source of warmth on a crisp September morning, but might not be so welcome in the heat of the summer. The other issue with these two sites is that they are at the northern end of the park property and within earshot of Route 9. Road noise was pretty constant throughout the day, but quieted down at night with the exception of the occasional tractor trailer engine-braking down the hill leading up to the park. The bath house at the northern end of the park is dated and appears to be original to the park's construction. Cold water is free, but you'll need to pack quarters if you want hot water. We opted to walk to the newer bath house in the center of the park that we had used on our previous stay. We will definitely stay at this park again, but would likely chose a site at the southern end of the park with more shade, newer bath house, and away from the road noise. - malsbury
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Amazing little state park with a great staff and easy access to the Harriman Reservoir. We booked site #12. When the ranger that checked us in saw our 21' travel trailer he mentioned we might have a some difficulty backing into the site. He said if that was the case, just come back up to the station and he would move us to one of the larger sites at the front of the park.
With a couple of tries, and folded in mirrors, we were able to get into the site. The site was nice and level, with shade throughout the day. We hiked the Olga Trail up to the fire watch tower which was a nice 1-1/2 hour walk after dinner our first night. The majority of our time in the area was spent at the Harriman Reservoir, located just a few miles west of the park.
There is a single dump station by the central bathhouse, with separate spigots for potable and flush water. However, the campsite is small enough that we have not experienced a wait to fill or dump our tanks.
The bath house at this end of the park is at most a year or two old. Showers work great, and give you a reasonable amount of preset temperature water for each button press. - malsbury
Aug 2017 - $55.00
Nothing to do. Was pretty rundown, overpriced and unsightly. Lots were very close and sunny. Site surface was dirt. Would not recommend it.
It has a gate that opens for anyone, but you need a code to get out? Most of the permanant trailers are run down covered in moss and mold. No cable tv unless you want cable tv to install it for $110.00. Police were in and out most nights. - Gypsy8
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Park is in bad shape, old run down abandoned trailers. No cable, only 30 amp electric. Overpriced in my opinion. - traveler88
Aug 2012 - $36.00
This is a great campground for seasonal camping. Lots of sites with improvements like porches, sheds and multiple golf carts. The moon rising up over the mountain reflected in the lake was beautiful. The showers needed updating -- they were pull chain to operate and the rubber mats could have benefited from a a bleaching. The camp owner was hot and cold; this might make some feel unwelcome. Looked like a good place to camp with a boat. - mrsgranett
May 2010 - $32.00
We had a wonderful time at this campground. We traveled with a large group (8 families) and all had sites along the river. Bathrooms were very clean. Owner was very friendly. New rule: children had to have life vests to tube on the river (good rule) but we didn't have vests. Owner provided some for our group to borrow at no cost (not heard of these days!) Sites were a little tight, but because we were friends, we didn't mind. We will most likely come back here as a group. Wonderful spot! - JBaird
Jul 2008 - $32.00
Camperama is a very friendly well run campground. Large grassy sites. Beautiful views and the water sites are the best. Activities for the kids. Recently changed hands and continues to be run well. We have been going there for 20+ years and will continue to do so. Wi-Fi is spotty. Honey wagon service is available if needed. - Fuller
Sep 2015 - $23.00
The main field was a strange experience, glad we went with a large group. They let us arrange ourselves how ever we wanted, so we had this neat courtyard feel. The other campers were all so friendly. The amenities are none existent, bathrooms were satisfactory, the creek is beautiful. Was running low due to lack of rainfall as was the reservoir up the road. Their were issues with water and electricity but staff worked to resolve and kept us informed. As the group next to us said, we got cold beer and console to play, we're good. Be prepared to be off grid, our kids were not. Yet across the creek there is another campground that have many more amenities and links to the outside world. If we go back to area might try the other campground, but with a group Bald Mtn was fun. - K S
Sep 2010 - $22.00
Okay the reason I gave this a 9 is because it was the middle of the week and NO ONE was here. We had it to ourselves. Although there was a SEA of parked seasonal motorhomes, 5'vers and TT's everywhere with porches and permanent fixtures etc., no one was here. I also gave it a 9 since nothing is around this place, the State Park was closed for the season already and the towns nearby had basically nothing to see. There was a river right behind us with more seasonal campers lining the other side. Oh, when I say no one was around, that includes the owner. We called ahead and they told us to just grab a site and pay in the morning. We did so but when I went to dump on the way out no one was here. We waited for over an hour and still no one came in to their office. We knocked on every door and still nothing. Well, we'll sent you a check in the mail sir. Thank you for the stay. - viper-2
Jul 2008 - $23.00
I've been coming here for years, very quiet, peaceful CG. Staff knows who you are and are very friendly. Sites are large, but they often do not even put others near you. Lots of privacy. Numerous flea markets, covered bridges, and good restaurants in the area. I especially enjoy tubing down the river, seeing all the birds and other wildlife. - JudoJeff
Oct 2018 - $25.00
Needed a last minute place for columbus holiday, and they had room. Water and electric, they do provide a service to dump for you 4.00. They have a dump station at the exit road. We were escorted to our site and told where to exactly set up in an open field. This meaning, follow the cart and he stops where he wants you and no moving to adjust. A first for us, a little confusing as we were not told how this works. It turned out ok. Lots of activities for the 3 day weekend, very fun. I would return again and found every one to be very friendly. Majority of the park was seasonal, but not at all messy and over filled with stuff in their yards. No antenna coverage, no cable tv and ok att coverage. Large library of dvds and books at the office, games and other things to borrow and exchange. Many good places to eat with in 10 min, and a lovely grocery store with great prices. When you are in the grass open area, you do not get a picnic table or fire ring. You share a post with your hook ups and water with 4 sites. So be sure to have a long water hose. A creek runs on one side of the campground. - hiker13
May 2018 - $24.00
Great place except for freeway noise. All sites are P&E, most 30 amp. Lower level is a little quieter but still pretty noisy. Lots of grass, good dog walking. Good ATT service; no OTA TV, which surprised me. Marginal wifi. Very clean, well maintained. Small but usable laundry, decent showers. Nice folks, some seasonal sites. Follow website directions to avoid low bridge! - bobcovey
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We have been traveling straight for 90 days and over 10,000 miles and have now stayed at lots of places. This, hands down, was the friendliest place we stayed. I asked for a pull-thru site, but the woman at the desk (I suspect the owner) put us in an end back-in site that she let us pull-thru. This backed (or fronted in our case) to a huge grass area that the playground was on the other side of. Site was all beautiful grass. The seasonal folks there were so friendly: chatting with us and asking me if I needed anything. In the office, they helped me find things to do in the area and gave my kids ice pops on the way out.
I would rate this a 9 1/2, only taking off because the bathrooms, though totally clean, were older and I opted not to shower there. I would 100% come back here if we are in the area again.
*** NOTE: Be sure to use their directions. The exit closest to them goes through a narrow 11' underpass.*** - 5th Wheel Family
Jul 2018 - $50.00
This is a good location for big rigs. Good access, clean. Laundry facilities located in the barn with the game room. Equipment was working well. Restrooms were clean. Chuck and Laura helpful with local recommendations. We were camped in a large open area. There is also a wooded area if that is your preference as well as tents sites along the river. DH was able to wash the coach and car. We would stay here again. The location is very peaceful. Negatives: there is no over the air TV access because of the Campground location. The pad where we were parked had some gravel. Because of the rain, the ground became soft and our jacks and tires sunk into the ground. More and thicker layer of gravel would be great. Our coach sustained dings when weed whacking was being done when stones were thrown up. Not good customer care. Thus the "satisfactory"rating for customer service. WiFi is present around the office/game room building.
Be sure to follow the directions to the Campground from the website. The Rand McNally directions send one down a road that leads to a cover d bridge and 3 ton maximum. - Char B
Jul 2018 - $43.00
You need to get across the river from route 10 to get to this campground that lies at the end of Pine Road. Even our motorhome GPS (that knows our size and weight) tried to direct us over a covered bridge with 3 ton and 8-foot limits. The best bet is to follow the campground website's directions or to follow the small green campground directional signs that point the way to the bridge over the river. When we arrived, we found an extremely wide-open and spacious facility run by exceptionally friendly hosts. Our site was full-hookup 50-amp and all utilities worked well. There is no WIFI at the sites, although it is available near the office. About a half mile up the road from the campground is an entry to the Ashuelot River Rail Trail that provides a relatively smooth bicycle riding surface into the town of Keene four miles away. You can connect there to another rail trail if you are looking for more distance. There is a decent restaurant just north of the campground on route 10 and many other choices in Keene. - seeyajohn
Jul 2018 - $50.00
Well-kept large park with helpful owners. Site for all types, from tents in the trees, spots along the Ashuelot River, and open fields for dish TV folks. Available utilities vary but our full hookup worked well except when the whole town of West Swanzey went dark after a bad storm. Game room in the office building. Verizon signal was weak. WiFi available only near the office. Get arrival directions from the office - mapping programs will take you to RV-impassible covered bridges (there are 6 in the area). Good grocery stores and shopping north on State Road 10. The Ashuelot River runs slowly alongside the campground. Swimming is encouraged, and catchable fish are rumored to be upriver. Canoes and kayaks are available for a fee. Hiking in the Dickinson Memorial Forest begins at the rear of the Campground; use bug spray. The well-maintained packed dirt and gravel Ashuelot Rail Trail can be reached by paved roads for biking or by hiking through the forest; road with covered bridge is 3 miles north and the town of Keene is about 7 miles away. Trail to the south peters out to a mud path through unmowed grass. See the very knowledgeable campground owners for details about the many hiking places in the area. - Mtmoi